Volume 29, Number 2, Summer 2018


“Space Race”
Peter Steeves

“‘Here You Are at Last, in a Ruined and Drowning World’: The Dishonored Series as Environmental and Social Commentary”
Amy Green

“Black Belt and Blue Water: The Vigorous Lives and Presidencies of Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt”
Max J. Skidmore

“When in Rome Caesars Palace: The First Themed Casino in Las Vegas”
Patricia M. Kirtley and William M. Kirtley

“Seasonal Ethnic Celebrations at Disney California Adventure from 2012 through 2017”
Maureen Salsitz

“Casting a Wider Lasso: An Analysis of the Cultural Dismissal of Wonder Woman Through Her 1975-1979 Television Series”
Ian Boucher

“Written Text to Oral Presentation”
Luc Gugleimi

“Why Mario Works: Super Mario as Transformative Icon for the Working Class”
Chris Williams and Brady Simenson

“Defining a Life”
Lorna Gibb

 

Book Reviews

Blasian Invasion: Racial Mixing in the Celebrity Industrial Complex (Race, Rhetoric, and Media Series) by Myra S. Washington
Kim Idol

Epistrophies Jazz and the Literary Imagination by Brent Hayes Edwards
James Altman

Contributor Bios

 

 

 

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